Full_Name: Rich Megginson
Version: 2.4.23 (current CVS HEAD)
Submission from: (NULL) (184.108.40.206)
Thanks for the patch, committed to HEAD.
Mozilla NSS supports having multiple cert/key databases in the same directory,
each one having a unique string prefix e.g.
slapd-01-cert8.db - the prefix here is "slapd-01-"
This patch allows the user to pass in the prefix as the last part of the
cacertdir. If the given cacertdir does not exist (neither a file nor a
directory), and contains the platform's path separator character (e.g. '/'),
look at the last occurance of the path separator in the string - if it exists
and there is something after that, assume that is the prefix.
This patch also cleans up some compiler warnings about unused variables and
signedness differences, and removes a very annoying debug message.
This patch file is derived from OpenLDAP Software. All of the
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